In March 2014, the greatest public document of our time was released via In Touch, a publication which until then had never known true greatness (or had Pulitzer-worthy content). They were the first to release the "fuck list" of troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan, scrawled on a Scattergories card with friends at the Beverly Hills Hotel in January 2013. At first it was censored, and understanding what the public wanted, In Touch slowly unveiled the list in full. 

Chock full of stars from Adam Levine and James Franco to normals/unknowns like Brian @ GPA and Riley S., Lohan's fuck list went viral, capturing the attention and hearts of America—much like the star herself has always continued to do, even in her tougher times. In an interview with Vanity Fair, on the eve of her 30th birthday, Lohan says she has no regrets. "I wouldn't call things regrets, per se. I can’t turn back time." 

To celebrate Lindsay's 30 years that have graced us with great films, gossip, and this perfect list, we took a look at where the men of Lindsay Lohan's fuck list are today. They should be so grateful that she ever hooked up with them at all.